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fumarole definition

  • noun:
    • A hole in a volcanic area where hot smoke and gases escape.
    • An opening into the crust of an astronomical body that produces steam and fumes.
    • A hole or area in a volcanic or any other region, from where fumes issue.
    • A hole where vapor issues in a Sulphur-mine or a volcano.
    • Sainte-Claire Deville differentiates the annotated following: Dry fumaroles, which are scorching and produce volatilized anhydrous (like, ferric) chlorids.
    • Acid fumaroles, which yield sulphurous and hydrochloric fumes and steam.
    • Alkaline fumaroles, which yield sal ammoniac and steam at approximately 212° F.
    • cool fumaroles, below 212° F., which give steam, carbon dioxid, sulphureted hydrogen, etc.
    • A hole in a volcanic area that hot smoke and fumes escape.
    • An opening when you look at the crust of an astronomical human body that emits steam and fumes.
    • A hole or area in a volcanic or any other region, from which fumes issue.
    • A hole where vapor dilemmas in a Sulphur-mine or a volcano.
    • Sainte-Claire Deville differentiates the following: Dry fumaroles, which are scorching and yield volatilized anhydrous (for instance, ferric) chlorids.
    • Acid fumaroles, which yield sulphurous and hydrochloric fumes and vapor.
    • Alkaline fumaroles, which give sal-ammoniac and steam at around 212° F.
    • Cold fumaroles, below 212° F., which yield steam, carbon dioxid, sulphureted hydrogen, etc.
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